Below are publications , video interviews, and podcasts in which our team members shared their expertise on reputable content sources.
What’s Next for Developer Platforms: Embedded Integrations and APIs
A Talk at Heavybit Inc. Let’s see what’s been successful and unsuccessful, what trends are working, and what UX and technical considerations are needed to launch a successful embedded integration plan.
Marketplace management: managing difficult partners
In this talk from DevRelCon San Francisco 2019, Jeremy Glassenberg discusses strategies for dealing with difficult personalities in your developer community.
Ep. #45, Embedded APIs
In episode 45 of JAMstack Radio, Brian speaks with Jeremy Glassenberg, a startup mentor and advisor. They discuss iFrames, external APIs, and how third-party APIs can be embedded into existing platforms.
Why your API may be a better investment than your App
Startups and Venture Capital published this article by Jim Heising regarding the business needs of prioritizing an API to open your business to a wider range of opportunities.
Building APIs is Product Management
In an interview with This Is Product Management, Jeremy Glassenberg discusses how to apply Product process when implementing your first API.
How to incorporate user feedback for B2B products
Huffington Post interview on working closely with Sales and customers in B2B SaaS.
What I’ve Learned… with Jeremy Glassenberg
OpenChannel.io, a framework to manage app marketplaces, hosts an interview on common pitfalls to avoid when building your developer community.
Third-Party Software Integration: Best Practice, Perils and Pitfalls
Mind The Product interviews many platform experts, including Jeremy Glassenberg on the need to focus on your customer, and properly manage the relationship with a large partner.
Why you need to learn how to code as a Product Manager
FlowCap discussing how technical a Product Manager really needs to be.
REST API, ProgrammableWeb, and Curl
Salesforce follows up on one of our ProgrammableWeb articles, where we are first to report on their REST API launch